EXPLORING ARIZONA FROM LAS VEGAS

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The route from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon is done by thousands of tourists a year, but if you have time, there is more to see and drive in ArizonaContinue reading “EXPLORING ARIZONA FROM LAS VEGAS”

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ANTELOPE CANYON

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In Page, Arizona, not in the Canyonlands like more than one person thinks, is perhaps the most beautiful and original canyon on Earth, a wonder of nature and a delight for any photographer. Compared to its neighbor the Grand Canyon, Antelope is small, but its beauty is extraordinary and captivating. All those pictures you have seen of a ray of sunlight illuminating a hole in a stone canyon, where taken here.  Continue reading “ANTELOPE CANYON”

AROUND PAGE

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Page is a 7,000 people town in northern Arizona. By itself is not interesting, but the surrounding nature is spectacular, so it has become the main base for exploring the north of this state. Some of the most important natural monuments in the country are close enough for a day trip. Several are world famous, but most of the people don’t not know they’re here.  Continue reading “AROUND PAGE”

ITINERARY: GRAND CANYON, SOUTH RIM

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The following itinerary is intended to be done by car, as I describe the main viewpoints that are reachable from the road. For those with little time, the view from the different viewpoints does not vary substantially. No need to stop at each one, even less in the ones that are nearby. From the further west point to the last in the east there are approximately 45 km.

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Arizona

Updated December 24, 2018

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  • Al was here in: February 2011. Wear warm clothes, althoug is in the desert and is pretty south, it snows in winter.
  • Number of days: 5 very intense days, I recommend at least 7.
  • My score: 5/5

It is in my opinion, the state with the most interesting nature of the, also in my opinion, country with the second most interesting nature (the first would be Australia, but to be fair, I know much more Australia than United States). Continue reading “Arizona”